Listed in: Chemistry, as CHEM-361
Formerly listed as: CHEM-43
Mark D. Marshall (Section 01)
The thermodynamic principles and the concepts of energy, entropy, and equilibrium introduced in CHEM 161 will be expanded. Statistical mechanics, which connects molecular properties to thermodynamics, will be introduced. Typical applications are non-ideal gases, phase transitions, heat engines and perpetual motion, phase equilibria in multicomponent systems, properties of solutions (including those containing electrolytes or macromolecules), and transport across biological membranes. Appropriate laboratory work is provided. Four hours of class and four hours of laboratory per week.
Requisite: CHEM 161, PHYS 116 or 123, and MATH 121. MATH 211 is recommended. Spring semester. Professor Marshall.
KeywordsLab science course
Offerings2014-15: Offered in Spring 2015
Other years: Offered in Spring 2008, Spring 2009, Spring 2010, Spring 2012, Spring 2013, Spring 2014, Spring 2016